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NASA’s Juno mission set to be captured by Jupiter

After traveling for five years and nearly 1.8 billion miles, NASA’s Juno spacecraft is due to arrive.

Supreme Court strikes down Texas abortion restrictions

The ruling marks the Supreme Court’s biggest abortion case in nearly 25 years.

Recovery underway in West Virginia; two missing men found safe

When the torrential rains stopped in the tiny West Virginia town of Rainelle, the volunteers started showing up.

Police had previous contact with mother who killed daughters

A Texas sheriff’s office says its officers had been called out multiple times in the past to the home of a mother who killed her two daughters, before she was fatally shot by police.

Stonewall Inn dedicated as national monument to gay rights

Members of the LGBT community, along with local and federal officials, gathered at New York City’s Stonewall Inn on Monday to dedicate the site as the first national monument to gay rights.

Los Angeles undersheriff gets 5 years in corruption inquiry

The former second-in-command of the nation’s largest sheriff’s department was sentenced Monday.

Coast Guard Academy sets record for female enrollment

The academy marked the milestone as it welcomed a class with a record 38 percent of female cadets.

Supreme Court vacates ex-Virginia governor’s graft conviction

The ruling announced Monday will make it harder to prosecute public officials for corruption.

The soak’s on us

Tuesday: Widespread showers; high 77-82, low 63-68

Police criticized for slow response to violence in Sacramento

Authorities knew violence was possible as a white nationalist group planned a demonstration.

Trump turns to small donors to shore up coffers

The billionaire running for president now seeks to persuade millions of Americans to give him money.

House Democrats release Benghazi report to counter Republican inquiry

The report casts the Republican investigation as a politically motivated crusade that wasted time and money.

Chipotle introduces temporary loyalty program

The loyalty program, intended to help get customers back into Chipotle’s stores after a series of food scares, will run from July through September.

What to know after SCOTUS ruling on abortion

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg wrote that it was “beyond rational belief” that Texas’ law protected women’s health.

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Supreme Court blocks an entire anti-abortion strategy

The justices ruled that states can’t restrict access to abortion under the pretense of protecting women’s health.

Key events surrounding Texas abortion restriction law

The Supreme Court struck down the law in its biggest abortion case in nearly 25 years.

Supreme Court overturns conviction of former Va. governor

A unanimous decision makes it harder to prosecute elected officials accused of bribery.

Supreme Court strikes down Texas abortion restrictions

The ruling marks the Supreme Court’s biggest abortion case in nearly 25 years.

No, domestic abusers can’t have guns, Supreme Court rules

The justices upheld the broad reach of a federal law that bans people convicted of domestic violence from owning guns.

A terrifying trip on a 1,000-foot-high glass slide

Perched 1,000 feet above the ground on the side of the tallest skyscraper west of the Mississippi, the 360-degree glass slide opened over the weekend.

Supreme Court rulings on abortion, gun laws remain before summer break

The court is set to close out its current term with opinions Monday in three remaining cases after a flurry of decisions last week.

At least 7 stabbed at protest outside California Capitol

At least seven people were stabbed Sunday when counter-protesters clashed with members of right-wing extremists groups that planned to hold a rally outside the California state Capitol building in Sacramento, authorities said.

Donald Trump calls her ‘Crooked Hillary,’ but his fans just say ‘b----’

GREENSBORO, N.C. - As thousands of Donald Trump supporters streamed out of an evening rally here this week, they walked past a handful of vendors from Ohio selling simple white T-shirts featuring Hillary Clinton, Monica Lewinsky and a vulgar joke. The back of the shirts read: ‘‘TRUMP THAT B----!’’

Train hits van in Colorado killing 5, including 3 children

The Colorado State Patrol said a 2005 Chrysler Town & Country failed to yield right of way to the train.

A call to warms

Monday: Sunny, breezy; high 81-86, low 64-69

More storms forecast in flood-ravaged West Virginia

The floods killed 24 people, displaced hundreds, and heavily damaged roads, buildings, and vehicles.

Donald Trump’s campaign scrambles to shape up

Leading members of the party continue to oppose Trump’s claim on the GOP nomination.

In Florida, the politics of Zika matter

Mosquito season has arrived in the state, ushering in worries about the devastating virus.

Rainbow flags, victim tributes mark pride parades

Thousands turned out for events in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and other cities.

Famed lawyer F. Lee Bailey files for bankruptcy

Bailey, who was part of O.J. Simpson’s defense team, said he is more than $5 million in debt.

Agency to sterilize mustangs for first time to slow growth

The Bureau of Land Management continues to resist calls to euthanize or sell for slaughter the animals in holding pens.

Clinton hammers ‘volatile’ Trump over Brexit response in ad

Hillary Clinton released a new national television ad on Sunday attacking Donald Trump. 

3 dead, 2 seriously injured after fiery crash in California

The four-car accident in Woodland Hills shut down Ventura Boulevard in both directions.

Supreme Court justices tackle 3 big cases at term’s end

Monday is expected to be the justices’ final meeting day before they disperse on their summer breaks.

California wildfire destroys 200 homes, buildings

The 58-square-mile fire has claimed at least two lives and officials warned the death toll may rise.

10 stabbed, beaten at protest outside Calif. Capitol

Two suffered life-threatening injuries when counter-protesters clashed with members of a white nationalist group.

DNC platform reflects Bernie Sanders’ influence

The US senator from Vermont has said he wants the platform to reflect his goals — and those representing him at a St. Louis hotel said they had made progress.

Many experienced GOP strategists unwilling to work for Trump

Members of the party’s professional class say they have personal and professional reservations about the candidate.

23 dead in West Virginia floods; search and rescue continues

Heavy rains that pummeled West Virginia left at least 23 people dead, and authorities said Saturday that an unknown number of people in the hardest-hit county remained unaccounted for.

Kentucky’s ark defies science but evokes a version of Christianity

WILLIAMSTOWN, Ky. — In the beginning, Ken Ham made the Creation Museum in northern Kentucky.

Sanders: I’ll vote for Clinton and ‘do everything’ to defeat Trump

Bernie Sanders told the hosts of MSNBC’s ‘‘Morning Joe’’ that he will vote for Hillary Clinton for president, the latest in a series of tacit admissions that he lost the primaries — and his latest refusal to actually concede.

Brexit spawned by tensions over globalization, Obama says

President Barack Obama promised that the “special relationship” between the US and Britain would endure.

Gay marriages triple after four years of victories

While the drumbeat of coast-to-coast legalization was undoubtedly a driving force, the speed of this nationwide sprint to the altar has been remarkable.

Trump sees British vote as validation

Britain’s vote to leave the European Union has fueled Donald Trump’s confidence that US voters will back sweeping change.

14 dead in West Virginia floods; focus on search and rescue

Nine inches of rain damaged or destroyed more than 100 homes in West Virginia, knocked out power to tens of thousands of homes and businesses, and killed 14 people.

Clinton’s State Department calendar missing scores of entries

A review of Hillary Clinton’s official calendar identified at least 75 meetings with outside interests that were not recorded or were listed without the names of those she met.

DOJ’s refusal to turn over code complicates child porn cases

The FBI allowed a secret child porn website on the largely anonymous Tor network to run for two weeks.

Analysts say prosecutor should rethink stand after acquittals in Gray case

Legal analysts said State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby is obligated to consider the ethics of proceeding.

Live: Obama speaks after Brexit vote

President Obama is expected to address Thursday’s vote in the UK that has roiled the financial and political world.

Obama creates first national monument to LGBT rights

President Obama selected the Stonewall Inn in Manhattan for the country’s first monument to the gay rights movement.